Register online at AGVLL.com November 25th - January 27th.
All registrations must be completed online. We will not have in-person registration this year.
$125 per player November 25 - December 1st . No sibling discount.
$160 December 2nd - January 22nd. $135 for each additional sibling.
$175 January 23rd - January 27th. $150 for each additional sibling.
Fee includes all games, picture package, team shirt & hat and end of season awards.
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AGVLL recognizes that many people in our community are currently facing a financial hardship. We want to give every child the opportunity to play baseball no matter your financial situation. *If you would like to sponsor a child for the 2023 season please let us know.
All refund requests must be received in writing by January 29th (T-Ball, Farm, & Intermediate) / February 12th (Minors & Majors). Email firstname.lastname@example.org. After this date, refunds will NOT be issued as the league will start to incur many expenses in preparation for the upcoming season. Expenses being incurred , but not limited to are: uniforms, field rentals, insurance, equipment, etc. The refund amount will include the cost of registration less $20 admin fee.
Ages 4-13. Players must turn 4 by Sept 1, 2022 - and- cannot turn 13 prior to September 1st 2023. Players are placed on team by their league age and their skill level. Click here to determine your league age.
T-Ball: Ages 4-6
Farm: Ages 7-8
Minors: Ages 8-10
Majors: Ages 10-12
Intermediate: Ages 11-13
We offer five divisions of play for boys and girls (teams are co-ed) ages 4-13. The T-Ball and Farm divisions are non-competitive/instructional and teams are formed by our team formation committee. Minors, Majors and Intermediate divisions are competitive/instructional and players are selected through coaches drafts based on player ability after attending a skills assessment.
Click here to read the specifics and rules for each division.
T-Ball - 10 or 11 players
Farm - 10 or 11 players
Minors - 11 or 12 players
Majors - 11 or 12 players
Intermediate - 11 or 12 players
Minors, Majors and Intermediate are competitive divisions and are formed by a coaches draft, so teammate requests are not available (sibling requests will be accommodated). T-Ball and Farm are not competitive divisions, and we do our best to honor coach/teammate requests. Please request teammates when you register. We will NOT accept requests after teams have been formed. We generally try to group kids by school so that they are playing with friends/classmates. *Requests are not guaranteed. We do our best though.
T-Ball - 1 game per week on Saturdays only
Farm - 1 game per week on Saturdays only
Minors - 2 games per week. Either a Tuesday or Wednesday & Saturdays.
Majors - 2 games per week. Either a Tuesday or Wednesday & Saturdays.
Intermediate - 2 games per week. Either a Tuesday or Wednesday & Saturdays.
T-Ball and Farm practice at Harloe Elementary. Minors, Majors and Intermediate divisions practice at the Soto Sports Complex. The practice schedule is set by the coach. Typically, teams will have one or two practices per week.
No, we are not able to move players to different teams to accommodate practice schedules.
For Minors, Majors and Intermediate divisions, we have a running list of pool players. This is a great way to get your player more time on the field. Learn more.
The league provides each player with a jersey and hat. We also have sets of catchers gear for each team and bats (although most kids have their own bat). You will need baseball pants, protective cup (boys), socks, belt, helmet, glove, *cleats and bat. Hold off on buying pants, socks and belt until you are assigned to a team. Your coach will advise you on what color to purchase. *Metal spikes are allowed on the field, but CANNOT be worn on pitching mounds.
As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented by Little League International. USABat Standard bats must be used in the Little League Majors Division and below. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used in the Intermediate Division. Click here to learn more.